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I removed unsourced material on this edit because it was unsourced and potentially libelous. If you can are going to re-add the material, please find some original source material that supports your statements. In this case, since no source is provided, it's imposible to verify whether the wording is a personal appreciation of the editor, or if it's an objective valoration from a reliable source. Additionally, please refrain from using phrases like "Some Jewish historians" or "in the mass media", since these are weasel words. Please specify which Jewish historians feel this way or which media outlets Sol Bloom spoke in. Furthermore, the last sentence doesn't seem appropriate in an article on Sol Bloom. Thanks for your contributions! Ua747sp (talk) 11:59, 5 June 2011 (UTC)